College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Jobs and Internships 3/11/11

March 9, 2011

I. Bonner Leaders
II. Residential Computing Consultants
III. Galileo-Learning

I. Bonner Leaders
Bonner Leaders serve as interns in local non-profit organizations, community based organizations and the Cal Corps Public Service Center including; Alternative Breaks, Cal in Local Government, Cal in the Capital, C.R.E.A.T.E., Oakland Community Builders, Magnolia Project, Residential Service Initiative. The Bonner Leadership program enables students to grow as individuals and connect with other student leaders. Upon completion of the program, students are eligible to receive a $1000 AmeriCorps education award, units and stipend.

Application Deadline: March 11th at Noon. Please apply online at

II. Residential Computing Consultants
Residential Computing is hiring Residential Computing Consultants (RCCs) for the 2011-2012 academic year. RCCs perform on-site tech support and provide computing advice to students living in the residence halls. Make friends, fix computers, and get paid! No professional experience is necessary because we provide training -- you just have to be willing to learn! This is a great chance for someone to improve both their computer and their customer-service skills.

Highlights of the job include:
* Flexible work schedule -- we make it easy for you to work and go to school at the same time
* Competitive pay -- $14/hour with work study available
* Great work environment -- we're a very social place where your co-workers can be your best friends
* Strong alumni network -- our people are now at Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and many startups!

To get more information and to apply online, visit:

Applications are due Friday, April 1st at 5PM. Please feel free to send any questions to!

III. Galileo-Learning
Inspire Kids This Summer in an Innovative Camp Environment! Imagine spending your summer as a leader and educator inspiring and guiding groups of kids through an unforgettable adventure as they imagine, build confidence, and have a ton of fun!Galileo Learning is currently hiring college age students as Team Leaders and Assistant Instructors. These staff give campers supportive guidance, companions in silliness, and a safe place to learn and be themselves. You can change kids’ lives this summer. Visit to apply today!

Galileo Learning, now in its 10th year, is an educational organization which runs three summer programs at 28 locations throughout the Bay Area: Camp Galileo (Pre-K-rising 5th graders); Galileo Summer Quest (Rising 5th-8th graders); and The Tech Summer Camps (4th-8th graders). Our mission is to give kids the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to be innovators in the world. At Galileo, we create supportive environments where campers are free to celebrate mistakes and express themselves creatively and intellectually. Campers can pursue their passions and discover new strengths, with opportunities to do what they love every day. Join us for our 10th and best summer yet!

Galileo Learning is also looking for innovative educators and inspiring leaders to become Camp Directors for our 2012 season. Camp Directors are responsible for hiring their staff, leading their camper and family community, and creating a culture rich with learning and fun. Camp Directors typically spend at least one summer at camp in another role before moving into this leadership position. If you are interested in exploring the next level of leadership with Galileo Learning you will have an opportunity to indicate this in your application.